Traditionally Street Dance was a term used to describe dance styles developed outside of the studio setting such as streets, clubs and parks. It included breaking, popping, locking and krumping.
Nowadays, Street Dance is more often used to refer to studio routines and classes which incorporate the above but are choreographed to perform in a class or on a stage. These routines are closely linked to commercial dance and are similar to those performed by backing dances in music videos or on tour. Whilst in recent years Street Dance has become very popular in team settings such as Diversity and Flawless, it can also be performed solo and in pairs. It is a dance style that is constantly evolving.